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    Mounting stick to re-grind replacable carbide inserts

    Get more life out of your expensive carbide inserts.

    This simple tool will make re-grinding them to a usable condition dead easy.

    Scale the stick design up or down for your insert sizes, as required.


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    Jon (Mar 11, 2016), kbalch (Mar 21, 2016), Mark240 (Aug 1, 2016), Paul Jones (Mar 21, 2016)

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    Thanks xynudu! We've added your Insert Sharpening Holder to our Sharpening category, as well as to your builder page: xynudu's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Hi,

    Can you see the video? If not, please let me know and we'll try to hunt down the problem.

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    Rob,

    This is a great idea. I never throw away any of my carbide inserts and have been waiting for an opportunity to regrind some of them. In the mean time, I just mark the damaged carbide tips with a black Sharpie so I know which tips to avoid using. I am going to try your technique and grinding jig. Thanks for the tip!

    Paul



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